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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zaitung, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword Friday, October 18, 1991 Page 3A Stocks ACROSS 1 More modest 6 A European 10 Lump 14 — Dame 15 Weight unit 16 Turning: pref. 17 OI an internal organ 18 Appetizer 20 According to 21 Tardy 23 Supervisor of public morals 24 Cheap saloon 25 Transmit 26 Made a killing 30 Quit 34 Spoiled 35 Type of cabbage 37 Supporter 38 Feverish ailment 39 Furnace part 41 Musical passage 42 Central 43 Water expanses 44 Not sinking 46 Odor 48 Napkin: Brit. 50 Per capita 52 Of planes 53 At once 56 Prudent 57 Moccasin 60 School athlete 62 Time of year 64 “A” of A D. 65 Cattle: archaic 66 Luau hello 67 Time period 68 Snow vehicle 69 Fresher DOWN 1 Cut 2 Golf unit 3 Road of old 4 Mound stat. 5 Lounge 6 Used a rink 7 Print unit 8 High-pitched 9 of America” 10 Rio — 11 Forfeiture 12 Mr. Harbach 13 Crude chap 19 UK money 22 Inflict punishment for 24 Appointment 25 Argument 26 Studies hard 27 Science of reasoning' 28 Piano piece 29 Decree 31 In operation 32 Nasser’s successor 33 Related on mother s side 36 Goes PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED aTtWsTtT NEW YORK M Pl ana aaa naaa awns □□Bonaci a nanaa anonad smraaon anana □□aaa aaranaaana mnara aa a aaaaa anaaaa □Q]aaB0_aaa0a aa aaa (AP) -Morning flocks: High Low ihHcTII TE A LE A VE N E IR IP IR IE aaaa ALIVE aanaa 40 Reckless 41 Asp’s victim, for short 43 Declare 45 Male blaze fighter 47 Wise counselor 49 Showered 51 Stoppers 53 Stage fare 54 Quebec’s Levesque 55 Italian peak 56 Diminish 57 Part of ship 58 Pain 59 Blacken 61 Wire measure 63 Ginger — 1 2 3 4 I I 6 7 8 I ■ IO 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 rn 18 19 20 21 22 J ■ 23 24 ■ w 26 27 28 j 29 1 ta 32 33 34 ■ 35 36 i ■ 38 ■ 39 40 ■ si 42 _ ■ r ■ 44 45 46 47 _ ■ ,48 49 50 51 ■ h 53 54 55 ta 56 ||B57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 ■ 65 66 67 I 68 69 Tax practitioner workshops again offered by TAEX, IRS By JOE 6. TAYLOR Comal County Agent > The Texas Agricultural Extension Service, in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service, is once again offering the Tax Practitioner Workshops across the state of Texas. These workshops are led by CPA’s and attorneys who arc experienced in the field of income tax reporting and planning. They provide valuable continuing education opportunities for tax professionals seeking CPE and MCLE credit. This year twenty-six General Tax Workshops, designed for practitioners who work mostly with individuals and small businesses, arc offered in major Texas cities. The nearest one will be in San Antonio, on November 25-26. Fifteen Advanced Tax Workshops are also offered. They are directed at the practitioner with substantial experience with individual returns, who docs some business work, and feels the need to develop more skills in business related work. One will be offered in San Antonio on November 4-5. In addition to the General and Advanced Workshops, there will be four each of the Estate Planning Workshops, and three each of the Fiduciary Income Tax, S Corporation and Basic Partnership Workshops. For a brochure with a complete listing of the fifty-six Tax Practitioner Workshops offered in 1991, please contact ypur County Extension Agent Joe G. Taylor, at (512) 625-9178. Or you may contact the Tax Practitioner Workshop Office, Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas AAM University, College Station, Texas 77843-2124, or call (409) 845-5446. 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Smith, D.D.S. General Don tit try 535 So. Seguin PAC Discount Senior Citizen Discount Insurance Welcome Saturday Appointments 629*1954 Emergency. 24 Hrs 629-7925 X X Mini Blinds -    70%    OFF Pleated Shades - 60% OFF Vertical Blinds - 60% OFF * Sug. Retail 943 N. Walnut 625-3477 INTERIORS SwstAirl I SwstBcll StcrlingChm SunCo TNP But Tandy Tcmpllnl Tcnneco Texaco Tcxaslnst Tex Util Textron USWst USXMar n USX-USS n UnCarbde UnPac t UnitTecb Unitel Unocal WalMl WcstghEI Wolwth Xerox Cp ZenithE 28* 57*4 4*4 31 17*4 27* 27* — 56*4 57* + 4*4    4*    — 30* 31 17    17* ' Breast health programs set at MMH classroom David Mc Rain Pastor ristidn ~    6204353 nFcllomfiiV Meetin* a* 566 Hwy 81 West r    (Across fica WAW Turn. near Kroger) Everyone Welcome This Sunday, October 20 10:00 AM Morning Worship    PM Sunday Night Alive Sermon Series    How do you handle adversity? (Minny People.. .Extraordinary    Uvet    How do you respond lo the "Steps to Spiritual Excellence"    "wilderness" experiences of life? John 21: 15-23    There are lessons lo lesm-rcmember that a smooth sea never made a skillful sailor! Message: "Dont Get Lost in the Wilderness” Deuteronomy 8: 1-10 ♦Sunday School begins at Dayspring a 9:30 AM on November 3. Worship will move back 1/2 hour to 10:30 AM You will enjoy the warm, comfortable atmosphere at Deyeprlag-Brlng a friend! In essentials, unity; In non-essentials, liberty; In all things, love A Ministry of The Wesleyan Church 29*4    29* 29* 51    50* 50* — * 37*    37    37* — * 66*4    65*4 66* + * 31*4    29*4    30* —I* 38*4    38*4    38* — * 35*4    35*4 35* 35*    35    35*    * 32*    31* 32* — * 28*4    28* 28* + * 20* 20* 20* + * 49*    49* 49* — * 47*4    46* 46* +3* 22*    21*4 22 — * 28* 28* 28* + * 48*4    48* 48* + * 17*    16*4 17 — * 29* 28* 29 ♦ * 62*4    62    62* + * 5*4    5*    5* Market advances NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market advanced slightly today, steadying after Thursday’s mild setback. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 1.11 to 3,054.11 in the first half hour of trading. Gainers outnumbered losers by about 8 to 7 in the early tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 559 up, 491 down and 584 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 23.90 million shares as of IO a.m. on Wall Street. Thursday’s news of a bigger-than-cxpected 0.4 percent rise in the consumer price index last month caused some worries on Wall Street about the outlook for interest rates. The Commerce Department reported this morning that housing starts dropped 2.2 percent last month. Eli Lilly fell 2% to 74% in active trading. On Thursday the company reached an out-of-court settlement of a case involving its anti-miscarriage drug DES after a jury awarded more than $12 million to the plaintiff. The NYSE’s composite index of all its listed common stocks edged up .10 to 215.90. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was up .34 at 381.45. On Thursday the Dow Jones industrial average dropped 8.72 points to 3,053.00. While the American Cancer Society observes October as Breast Health Awareness Month, the society’s Comal County Unit will conduct two educational programs. On Oct. 22 and 24, brown-bag lunches will feature panel discussions by area breast cancer survivors. They will talk about their experiences and encourage other women to be proactive in their fight against the disease. Also included on the program will be a mammography technician who will show films and discuss the mammogram as a tool in the early detection of breast cancer. The program will conclude with a question and answer period featuring radiologist Dr. Fernando Bazan. Both luncheons will be in the Garza Street Classroom, across the street from McKenna Memorial Hospital. Participants are invited to bring their lunches at 12 noon; beverage and dessert will be provided. In making the programs identical, organizers hope the Tuesday and Thursday scheduling will allow more women who work to attend. Reservations are encouraged and may be obtained by calling 625-9111, extensions 190,194 or 226, by Oct. 21. “The best weapon against breast cancer is early detection,’’ said Mary Faria, chairperson of the Comal County Unit of the American Cancer AMBttCAN CANCER SOCIETY* Society, “so I encourage women to have mammograms. ACS suggests the following mammography guidelines: • Women 35 to 39: see your doctor for a baseline mammogram. * * • Women 40 to 49: have a mammogram every one to two years, even if no symptoms are present. • Women 50 and over: see your doctor for a mammogram every year. Women also are encouraged to per-! form regular breast self-examinationr and be checked regularly by their physician. ystem Do you have . . . A Dirty Streaking on ceiling & wall around vents? A Dust that comes back right after cleaning? A Allergies to mold, dust, pollen? 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